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Discover Tuesdays: GRAND CENTRAL 16/9

Frances Taylor, Office Manager at Picturehouse, gives us her thoughts on today’s Discover Tuesdays presentation of Rebecca Zlotowski’s GRAND CENTRAL

France relies on nuclear power for over 75% of its electricity supply, with 50 reactors operational throughout the country. 485 more words


Discover Tuesdays: CYCLING WITH MOLIÈRE 9/9

Frances Taylor, Office Manager, at Picturehouse HQ takes a look at this week’s Discover Tuesday presentation of the witty CYCLING WITH MOLIÈRE

Life imitates art in Phillippe Le Guay’s latest feature, following two old acting friends as they rehearse Molière’s play ‘The Misanthrope’. 442 more words


DINOSAUR 13: A Palaeontologist's View

Dr. Dave Hone, a palaeontologist from Queen Mary University of London, previews documentary DINOSAUR 13 ahead of today’s Discover Tuesdays screenings.

Back in the mid-1990s, I was a teenager planning my future at university to study zoology. 443 more words


Discover Tuesdays: DINOSAUR 13 2/9

Thomas Roberts, General Manager at Stratford-upon-Avon Picturehouse, previews today’s Discover Tuesday presentation of gripping documentary DINOSAUR 13

65 million years ago, the Tyrannosaurs ruled much of the planet. 325 more words


Discover Tuesdays: MISS VIOLENCE 26/8

Lindsay Harvey, Marketing Administrator at Picturehouse, takes a look at this week’s Discover Tuesdays presentation of MISS VIOLENCE

In recent years, Greece’s global image has morphed from Mediterranean holiday idyll and home of big fat weddings to fractured hotbed of unrest. 400 more words


Picturehouse Exclusive: DINOSAUR 13 Clip


In 1990 the most complete Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton ever found was uncovered in South Dakota’s badlands. DINOSAUR 13 reveals what happened next as overzealous government officials launched legal action against its discoverers. 50 more words


Discover Tuesdays: O LUCKY MAN! 19/8

Merl Storr, Deputy Communications Manager, talks us through today’s Discover Tuesdays presentation of Lindsay Anderson’s riotous O LUCKY MAN! starring Malcolm McDowell and Helen Mirren. 461 more words